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VATICAN SYRIAC MSS. : OLD AND NEW 
PRESS-MARKS. 1 

When Joseph Simon Assemani began his great work, the 
Bibliotheca Orientalis, the Syriac MSS. of the Vatican Library- 
formed nine separate collections. 

1. The old Vatican Collection, which had been catalogued 
by Abraham Echellensis. It included MSS. in the Syriac lan- 
guage only; 2 the KarsunI MSS., that is, those written in Arabic 
with Syriac characters, had been added to the Arabic Collec- 
tion. 8 This old Vatican Collection contained 49 MSS. 

2. The Nitrian Collection, brought from the Syrian mon- 
astery of St. Mary in the desert of Nitria in Egypt This 
collection had been purchased in 1707 for Pope Clement XI by 
Elias Assemani, a cousin of J. S. Assemani. It included 34 
MSS., one of which (no. XX) in KarsunI. 

3. The Echellensis Collection which had been bought by 
Pope Clement XI. It was made up of the private collection of 
Abraham Echellensis and of that of his successor, Faustus 
Naironi. It contained 64 MSS., 20 of which were in Syriac. 

4. The Amida Collection, so called because it came from the 
private library of the Chaldean patriarch Joseph I, a native 
of Amida (Diarbekir), who died at Rome in 1713. 18 of its 
20 MSS. were in Syriac. 

5. The Beroe Collection, gathered by Gabriel Eva, a Maro- 
nite monk of the Order of St. Anthony, during his sojourn 
(1718-21) at Aleppo (the ancient Beroe) whither he had been 
sent by Clement XI to settle certain disputes among the 
Maronites of that region. This collection numbered only 13 
MSS., among which were 9 Syriac MSS. 

6. The Assemani Collection, acquired by J. S. Assemani 
himself, during a voyage to the East (1715-17) undertaken at 

1 Digest of an article written by Dr. Hyvernat in the Annates de Saint 
Louis des Frangais for October, 1902, under the title "Concordances des cotes 
des anciens fonds et du fonds actuel syriaaues de la Vaticane." 

'Some of these MSS. had been bought by the authorities of the Vatican 
Library; the others had been composed and written by the " Scriptores " them- 
selves. 

'When the Assemanis undertook a new classification of the Vatican MSS., 
the KarsunI MSS., fifteen in number, were transferred to the Syriac Collection. 

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the request of Clement XI. It contained 45 Syriac MSS. Some 
of these were brought from the Monastery of St. Mary in 
Nitria, 12 from the Convent of Saidnaia near Damascus, and 
the majority of them from Aleppo and Mount Lebanon. 1 

7. The Scandar Collection brought from the East for Pope 
Innocent XIII, by the Maronite Andrew Scandar, professor of 
Arabic at the Roman Sapienza. It numbered 61 MSS., dis- 
tributed as follows: 35 Syriac (I-XXXV), 19 Arabic (XXXVI- 
LIV), 6 Greek (LV-LX), and one Hebrew (LXI). 

8. The Carafa Collection, formed with the help of Eastern 
missionaries by Peter Aloysius Carafa, Archbishop of Larissa 
and Secretary to the Propaganda. He gave it to Clement XI 
for the Vatican Library, This collection which was added to 
that of Andrew Scandar contained 5 Syriac MSS. (LXH- 
LXVT), 6 Arabic MSS. (LXVH-LXXII), and 4 Greek MSS. 
(LXXTTT-LXXVI). 

9. The Propaganda Collection, acquired by the authorities 
of the Congregation P. F. and transferred by them to the 
Vatican Library in 1723 together with other Oriental Collec- 
tions. This Collection numbered 16 Syriac MSS. 

Abraham Echellensis wrote a brief catalogue of the Old 
Vatican Collection under the title "Index librorum (manuscrip- 
torum) Chaldaicorum et Syriacorum, Bibliothecae Vaticanae, 12 
junii 1660/ ' He also catalogued the Arabic MSS. He died 
in 1664. His work was continued by John Matthew Naironij 
who added the other Oriental MSS. to the Arabic Collection 
and placed at the head of the Syriac MSS. the only Samaritan 
MS. then at the Vatican. Naironi's Catalogue, 1 still unpub- 
lished, is to be found, together with the " Index' ' of Echellensis, 
in the reading room of the Vatican Library. The Index con- 

1 During this same voyage J. S. Assemani collected a certain number of 
Coptic and Arabic MSS. Among the latter were 11 KarSunI MSS., which, like 
those of the old Arabic Collection, were classed with the Syriac MSS. For a 
description of these KarSOnl MSS., see "Index Codicum" of the "Bibliotheca 
Orientalis," I, p. 619. 

'Its complete title is: Catalogus Codicum MSS. linguarum Orientalium 
Vatican® Bibliothecae nempe Samaritans, Chaldaicse, etc. S. D. N. Innocentio 
XI P. M. Em. et Rev. Laurentio Brancato de Lauraea S. R. E. Card. Biblioth. 
Illustriss. D. Emanuele a Schelstrate ejusdem Bibliothecae Custode. Inceptus ab 
Abrahamo Echellense A. D. MDCLX et absolutus a Io. Matthaeo Nairono Banesio 
Maronitis in eadem Bibliotheca Scriptoribus A. D. MDCLXXXVI. 



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tains only 47 numbers; the Catalogue 48. To these a 49th 
number was added later. 

The remaining eight collections were catalogued and de- 
scribed briefly by J. S. Assemani in his "Bibliotheca Orien- 
talis. ' n Later Stephen E vodius Assemani, in collaboration with 
Joseph Simon Assemani, his uncle, undertook a systematic and 
detailed catalogue of all the Oriental MSS. in the Vatican 
Library. 2 The separate collections in each language were 
merged into one, and the MSS. were classified according to their 
contents, no account being made of the particular collection to 
which they belonged originally. Thus the nine Syriac Collec- 
tions, of which we spoke above, were thrown together into one, 
and their MSS. were designated by new numbers. Such a pro- 
cedure would have caused no great inconvenience, had the 
authors of the Catalogue given a concordance of the numbers 
of the MSS. in the old collections with the numbers in the new 
collection they had formed. But, instead of this, they simply 
noted, at the beginning of the description of each MS., the 
number which the MS. bore originally. Thus we can refer 
from the Catalogue to the " Index Codicum" of the Bibliotheca 
Orientalis, but not vice versa ; in other words, the Catalogue is 
of no practical use to the readers of the Bibliotheca. Besides, 
the Catalogue of the Assemanis is exceedingly rare. Hardly 
was the edition finished when it was almost entirely destroyed 
by fire. Only a few copies remain, so that, to-day, the " Index 
Codicum' ' of the Bibliotheca Orientalis is practically the only 
source of information regarding the contents of the Syriac 
MSS. of the Vatican. Unfortunately, the numbers of the MSS. 

1 Bibliotheca Orientalis Clementina- Vaticana in qua manuscripti Codices 
syriaci, arabici . . . Romae, 1721-1728, fol., 3 tomes in 4 vols. 

See tome I. "Index Codicum Manuscriptorum quos Clemens XI Pont. Max 
Bibliotheca Vatican® addixit." Nitrian Coll., p. 561; Echellensis Coll., p. 573; 
Amida Coll., p. 581; Beroe Coll., p. 585; and Assemani Coll., p. 606; tome II. 
"Index Codicum" ... as above, "una cum iis quos Sanctissimus Pater Inno- 
centius XIII in eamdem Bibliothecam inferre jussit," Scandar Coll., p. 486, 
Carafa Coll., p. 517; tome III. "Codices Manuscripti Syriaci, Coptici, Arabici et 
Armenici typis impressi ad sacram Congregationem de Propaganda Fide ex 
Orient© transmissi ejusdemque decreto in Bibliothecam Vaticanam illati, etc." 
Propaganda Coll., p. 635. 

'Bibliotheca Apostolic® Vatican® Codicum manuscriptorum Catalogus in 
tres partes distributus, etc., Prime Partis, tomus I (Hebrew MSS.), tomus II et 
III (Syriac MSS.) Roma, 1757-1759. 



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in this "Index" do not correspond with their numbers in the 
new classification, the only one now in use. 

We have thought that it would be a welcome help to the ever 
increasing number of Syriac students to publish the two follow- 
ing Concordances: the first, of the old numbers with the new; 
the second, of the new numbers with the old. By means of the 
first, the reader of the Bibliotheca Orientalis will know the 
number which the MS. he desires to consult bears in the new 
classification ; by means of the second, those who cannot consult 
the Catalogue of the two Assemanis will be able to use the 
"Index Codicum" in its stead. 

Let us add a few words of explanation for the right under- 
standing and use of these two Concordances. In the first Con- 
cordance, after the old Vatican and Assemani Collections, the 
numbers of the Karsunl MSS., of which we spoke above, are 
given under the heading *i Supplement' ' A No. XTTbis has 
been added to the Propaganda Collection, and a No. XLVE to 
the Collection of Assemani. Although these two MSS. are 
noticed neither in the Codices Manuscript! of the third tome, 
nor in the "Index Codicum" of the first tome, of the Bib- 
liotheca Orientalis, they are, nevertheless, so numbered in the 
Catalogue. It must be remarked that Nos. XLI, XLEU, and 
XLV of the old Vatican Collection, No. XII of the Beroe Col- 
lection, and Nos. XIII and XIV of the Amida Collection, have 
no corresponding numbers in the second Concordance. As 
there is no trace of these MSS. in the catalogue, their disappear- 
ance must go back to an early date. It is also to be noted that 
in the second Concordance MSS. IX, X, XI of the Propaganda 
Collection are registered under a single MS. in three volumes. 
The total number of the MSS. of the old Syriac Collections is 
thus reduced from 231 to 225. By adding to them the 26 MSS. 
taken from the old Arabic Collections, we get the sum total of 
251 MSS. Yet the second Concordance has 256 numbers. This is 
owing to the fact that the authors of the Catalogue added 4 MSS. 
(181, 189, 191, 195) which had found their way into the Vati- 
can Library after the formation of the early collections, and a 
fifth MS. (230), the origin of which is not given. These five 
MSS. are designated by "Add." The letter "A" has been 
written after the numbers of the Karsunl MSS. taken from the 

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old Arabic Collections. The sigla "Vat." or "Vatic." fol- 
lowed by Roman numerals, refer to the MSS. of the old 
Vatican Collection; these same sigla, followed by Arabic nu- 
merals, designate the MSS. in the new classification. The 
two Concordances cover only the Vatican MSS. mentioned in 
the Bibliotheca Orientalis and in the Catalogue of Assemani. 
Since then the number of Syriac MSS. of the Vatican Library 
has been almost doubled by the addition of Assemani 's own 
Collection and that of the Borgian Museum. 



CoNCOBDANOE OF THE OLD NUMBBES WITH THE NEW. 

1° Old Vatican, Collection. 



Vatic 


.1 


= Vat. 7 Va 


tic. XXVI 




Vat 


. 88 


44 


II 


= ' 


2 


' XXVII 


= 


(4 


89 


44 


III 


= ' 


3 


4 XXVIII 


= 


44 


188 


44 


rv 


= ' 


5 


4 XXIX 


= 


44 


28 


44 


V 


=: * 


4 


* XXX 


= 


44 


36 


44 


VI 


= * 


4 10 


' XXXI 


= 


44 


148 


44 


VII 


= * 


4 9 


4 XXXII 


= 


44 


186 


44 


VIII 


= « 


4 15 


' xxxni 


= 


44 


193 


44 


IX 


= ' 


i 17 


« xxxrv 


= 


44 


18 


44 


X 


= ' 


4 16 


• XXXV 


^= 


44 


95 


44 


XI 


= ' 


' 19 


4 XXXVI 


= 


44 


35 


44 


XII 


= ' 


4 22 


' XXXVII 


= 


44 


158 


44 


XIII 


= ' 


4 154 


4 XXXVIII 


= 


44 


6 


44 


XIV 


=s ' 


4 128 


* XXXIX 


= 


44 


107 


44 


XV 


= * 


4 27 


• XL 


= 


44 


145 


44 


XVI 


= ' 


4 65 


' XLI 


= 


44 




44 


XVII 


= ' 


4 66 


4 XLII 


= 


44 


226 


44 


XVIII 


= ' 


4 45 


• XLIII 


= 


44 




44 


XIX 


= « 


' 46 


' XLIV 


= 


44 


190 


14 


XX 


= « 


' 86 


4 XLV 


= 


44 




44 


XXI 


= ' 


4 68 


• XLVI 


= 


44 


57 


44 


XXII 


= ' 


4 69 


4 XLVII 


= 


44 


108 


44 


XXIII 


= ' 


' 67 


* XLVIII 


= 


44 


85 


<< 


XXIV 


= * 


4 87 


4 XLIX 


= 


44 


228 


44 


XXV 


= 


' 62 


















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Vi 


mo. Ill (A) 
" X (A) 
44 XVII (A) 
44 XLI (A) 
" XLIX (A) 
" LII (A) 
" LV (A) 
" LIX (A) 


= Vat. 98 
= 44 197 
= " 203 
= " 211 
= 44 229 
= " 225 
= 4< 199 
= 44 72 


Vatic. CXIV (A) = 
44 CXXXIII(A) = 
44 CXLI (A) = 
44 CL (A) = 
44 CLI (A) = 
44 CLXVIII(A) = 
44 CLXXXII(A)= 


Vat 
a 

tt 

a 

n 

a 
ti 


.205 
212 
213 
99 
214 
208 
227 




2° NUrian 


Collection. 








NlTB. I 


= Vi 


IT. 12 


Nptb. XVIII 




Vat 


. 122 




4 II 


= ' 


4 13 


it 


XIX 


== 


n 


123 




* III 


= « 


4 25 


it 


XX 


= 


a 


198 




' IV 


= « 


4 26 


U 


XXI 


= 


a 


124 




• V 


= * 


4 117 


ti 


XXII 


= 


tt 


125 




• VI 


= * 


4 110 


<< 


XXIII 


= 


a 


254 




• VII 


= * 


4 111 


(( 


XXIV 


= 


a 


106 




* VIII 


= ' 


4 112 


t€ 


XXV 


= 


a 


137 




4 IX 


— r ' 


4 113 


11 


XXVI 


= 


it 


138 




4 X 


= ' 


4 251 


tt 


XXVII 


= 


tt 


136 




4 XI 


— 


4 116 


11 


XXVIII 


^ 


a 


139 




* XII 


— — 


4 114 


It 


XXIX 


= 


ti 


140 




4 XIII 


= f 


4 115 


it 


XXX 


= 


tt 


255 




4 XIV 


=: ' 


4 252 


11 


XXXI 


= 


ti 


141 




4 XV 


=: * 


• 253 


it 


XXXII 


= 


tt 


142 




4 XVI 


=: ' 


4 92 


it 


XXXIII 


= 


a 


143 


" XVII 


= ' 


4 93 


a 


XXXIV 


= 


tt 


256 


• 


3° Ec 


helleim 


is Collection. 








Ech. I 


= Vi 


LT. 8 


Ech 


. XVII 




Vat 


.176 




4 II 


^= * 


4 47 


<< 


XVIII 


^ 


tt 


249 




4 III 


^= * 


4 48 


<< 


XIX 


= 


a 


231 




4 IV 


^= * 


4 51 


(< 


XX 


= 


tt 


210 




4 V 


= « 


4 29 


<< 


XXI 


= 


tt 


250 




4 VI 


rr= ' 


4 70 


it 


XXVII 


= 


tt 


194 




4 XI 


= « 


4 169 


a 


XXXVI 


= 


tt 


102 




4 XII 


= « 


4 172 


tt 


LIX 


= 


a 


209 




4 XIV 


= * 


4 146 


tt 


LX 


= 


ti 


232 


44 XVI 


== 


4 100 


a 


LXIV 


== 


a 


101 












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4° Amida Collection. 



Amid. I 


= Vat. 


83 Amid. X 




Vat. 


42 


" II 


== 




84 




' XI 


= 




43 


" III 


= 




61 




1 xn 


= 




44 


" TV 


= 




224 




XIII 


= 






" V 


= 




24 




1 XIV 


= 






" VI 


^=: 




23 




' XV 


= 




223 


" vn 


= 




184 




XVII 


= 




206 


" VIII 


= 




90 




■ xvni 


= 




221 


" IX 


= 




63 




' XIX 


= 




201 




5° 


* Beroe Collection. 








Bercbens. I 


— ^ 


Vat. 


159 Berosens. VIII 




Vat. 


121 


in 


=3 


a 


243 




IX 


= 


n 


170 


IV 


= 


it 


130 




XII 


= 


tt 




V 


= 


it 


131 




XIII 


= 


tt 


220 


VI 


= 


a 


202 














6° 


Assemani 


Collection. 








Ass. I 


= ' 


Vat. 


160 I 


Lss. XXIV 




Vat 


.242 


" II 


= 




161 


< 


XXV 


= 




233 


" in 


= 




103 


(< 


XXVI 


= 




234 


" IV 


=: 




119 l 


c 


XXVII 


= 




235 


" V 


= 




120 ' 


< 


XXVIII 


= 




236 


" VI 


= 




126 


u 


XXIX 


= 




237 


" VII 


= 




118 


\i 


XXX 


= 




238 


" VIII 


=r 




104 


ii 


XXXI 


= 




239 


" IX 


= 




105 


It 


XXXII 


= 




240 


" X 


=: 




109 


i 


XXXIII 


= 




241 


" XI 


= 




135 


It 


XXXIV 


= 




59 


" XII 


=^ 




163 


It 


XXXV 


=s 




74 


" XIII 


= 




162 


It 


XXXVI 


= 




77 


" XIV 


= 




144 


(( 


XXXVII 


= 




40 


" XV 


=z= 




94 


n 


XXXVIII 


= 




76 


" XVI 


= 




155 


It 


XXXIX 


= 




53 


" XVII 


= 




1 


It 


XL 


= 




41 


«« xvm 


= 




14 


it 


XLI 


= 




21 


" XIX 


= 




31 


It 


XLII 


== 




80 


" XX 


= 




30 


It 


XLIII 


= 




81 


" XXI 


= 




39 


it 


XLIV 


= 




82 


'• XXII 


= 




52 


t 


XLV 


= 




174 


" XXIII 


=== 




50 


it 


XLVI 


== 




156 












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Ass. LXXV (A) 


= Vat. 216 


Ass. LXXXI (A) 




Vat. 217 


44 LXXVI(A) 


= 4 


4 133 


" LXXXII(A) 


= 


44 215 


44 LXXVn(A) 


= ' 


4 196 


" LXXXIII(A) 


= 


44 218 


44 LXXVIII(A) 


= 4 


4 134 


44 LXXXIV(A) 


= 


44 219 


" LXXIX(A) 


= ' 


4 200 


44 XCVI(A) 


= 


44 245 


" LXXX(A) 


= " 207 










7° Scandar Collection. 






SCAND. I 


=Vat. 91 


Scand. XIX 




Vat. 244 




4 n 


s= ' 


4 64 


44 XX 


=r 


44 183 




4 m 


= 4 


4 150 


44 XXI 


= 


44 182 




4 IV 


= ' 


4 187 


44 XXII 


r= 


" 152 




4 V 


= ' 


4 204 


44 XXIII 


^= 


44 132 




4 VI 


= ' 


4 175 


44 XXIV 


^= 


44 166 




4 VII 


= ' 


4 180 


44 XXV 


= 


44 171 




4 VIII 


= ' 


4 222 


44 XXVI 


= 


44 168 




4 IX 


= 4 


4 177 


" XXVII 


= 


44 173 




4 X 


= ' 


4 178 


44 XXVIII 


= 


44 96 




4 XI 


^ 4 


4 149 


" XXIX 


= 


44 58 




4 xn 


= ' 


4 185 


44 XXX 


— 


44 97 




4 XIII 


= ' 


4 165 


XXXI 


^= 


44 147 




4 XIV 


= ' 


4 129 


XXXII 


= 


44 37 




XV 


= 4 


4 179 


xxxin 


^= 


44 78 




4 XVI 


= ' 


4 157 


44 xxxrv 


= 


44 11 




4 XVII 


= ' 


4 164 


44 XXXV 


— • 


44 192 




4 XV1U 


= ' 


4 127 










8° Carafa 


Collection. 






Cab. LXII 


= Vat. 49 


Cab. LXV 


_^^ . 


Vat. 75 


44 LXin 


= 44 54 


" LXVI 


^ 


44 79 


44 Lxrv 


= " 20 








9 


° Propagatu 


la Collection. 






Pbop. I = 


Vat. 247 


Prop. X = 


Vai 


•. 55 1. 2 


" II = 


44 56 




14 XI = 




55 1. 3 


" III = 


" 71 




4 XII = 




38 


"IT = 


44 60 




4 XII bta = 




73 


" V = 


" 248 




4 xin = 




246 


"VI = 


44 32 




14 XIV = 




167 


" VII = 


" 33 




4 XV = 




153 


" vin = 


44 34 


44 XVI = 




151 


<< 


IX = 




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1 = ASS. XVII. 

2 = Vat. II. 

3 = Vat. III. 

4 = Vat. V. 

5 = Vat. IV.. 

6 = Vat. XXXVIII. 

7 = Vat. I. 

8 = ECHELL. I. 

9 = Vat. VII. 

10 = Vat. VI. 

11 = Scand. XXXIV. 

12 = Nitb. I. 

13 = Nitb. II. 

14 = Ass. XVIII. 

15 = Vat. VIII. 

16 = Vat. X. 

17 = Vat. IX. 

18 = Vat. XXXIV. 

19 = Vat. XI. 

20 = Car. LXIV. 

21 = Assem. XLI. 

22 = Vat. XII. 

23 = Amid. VI. 

24 = Amid. V. 

25 = Nitr. III. 

26 = Nitb. IV. 

27 = Vat. XV. 

28 = Vat. XXIX. 

29 = Echell. V. 

30 = Assem. XX. 

31 = Assem. XIX. 

32 = Prop. VI. 

33 = Prop. VII. 

34 = Prop. VIII. 

35 = Vat. XXXVI. 

36 = Vat. XXX. 

37 = Scand. XXXII. 

38 = Prop. XII. 

39 = Assem. XXI. 

40 = Assem. xxxvn, 

41 = Assem. XL. 



n. 

New Numbers 
Vat. 42 = 
" 43 = 
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45 = 

46 = 

47 = 

48 = 

49 = 

50 = 

51 = 

52 = 

53 = 

54 = 

55 = 

56 = 

57 = 

58 = 

59 = 

60 = 

61 = 

62 = 

63 = 

64 = 

65 = 

66 = 

67 = 

68 = 



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70 = 

71 = 

72 = 

73 = 

74 = 

75 = 

76 = 

77 = 

78 = 

79 = 

80 = 

81 = 

82 = 



WITH THE Old. 
Amid. X. 
Amid. XI. 
Amid. XII. 
Vat. XVIII. 
Vat. XIX. 

ECHELL. II. 
ECHELL. III. 

Cab. LXII. 
Assem. XXIII. 

ECHELL. IV. 
Assem. XXII. 
Assem. XXXIX. 
Cab. LXIII. 
Pbop. IX-XI. 
Pbop. II. 
Vat. XLVI. 
Scand. XXIX. 
Assem. XXXIV. 
Pbop. IV. 
Amid. III. 
Vat. XXV. 
Amid. IX. 
Scand. II. 
Vat. XVI. 
Vat. XVII. 
Vat. XXIII. 
Vat. XXI. 
Vat. XXII. 

ECHELL. VI. 

Pbop. III. 
Vat. LIX (A). 
Pbop. XII bis. 
Assem. XXXV. 
Cab. LXV. 
Assem. XXXVIII. 
Assem. XXXVI. 
Scand. XXXIII. 
Cab. LXVL 
Assem. XLII. 
Assem. XLIII. 
Assem. XLIV. 



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Vat. 83 = . 



83 = Amid. I. V 


at.126 = Assem. VI. 


84 = Amid. II. 


4 127 = Scand. XVIII. 


85 = Vat. XLVni. 


4 128 = Vat. XIV. 


86 = Vat. XX. 


4 129 = Scand. XIV. 


87 = Vat. XXIV. 


1 130 = Berceens. IV. 


88 = Vat. XXVI. 4 


4 131 = Bebceens. V. 


89 = Vat. XXVII. 


4 132 = Scand. XXIII. 


90 = Amid. VIII. 4 


4 133 = Ass. LXXVI(A). 


91 = Scand. I. 4 


4 134 = Ass. LXXVIII (A). 


92 = Nitr. XVI. 


4 135 = Assem. XI. 


93 = Nitb. XVII. 4 


4 136 = Nitb. XXVII. 


94 = Assem. XV. 


' 137 = Nitb. XXV. 


95 = Vat. XXXV. 4 


4 138 = Nitb. XXVI. 


96 = Scand. xxvni. 4 


4 139 = Nitr. XXVIII. 


97 = Scand. XXX. 4 


4 140 = Nitb. XXIX. 


98 = Vat. Ill (A). 


4 141 = Nitb. XXXI. 


99 = Vat. CL (A). 


4 142 = Nitb. XXXII. 


100 = Echell. XVI. 


4 143 = Nitb. XXXIII. 


101 = Echell. LXIV. 4 


4 144 = Assem. XIV. 


102 = Echbll. XXXVI. 4 


4 145 = Vat. XL. 


103 = Assem. III. 4 


4 146 = Echell. XIV. 


104 = Assem. VEIL 4 


4 147 = Scand. XXXI. 


105 = Assem. IX. * 


4 148 = Vat. XXXI. 


106 = Nitb. XXIV. 


4 149 = Scand. XL 


107 = Vat. XXXIX. 


4 150 = Scand. III. 


108 = Vat. XL VII. 


4 151 = Prop. XVI. 


109 = Assem. X. * 


4 152 = Scand. XXII. 


110 = Nitr. VI. ' 


4 153 = Prop. XV. 


111 = Nite. VII. 


4 154 = Vat. XIII. 


112 = Nitr. VIII. 


4 155 = Assem. XVI. 


113 = Nitr. IX. 


4 156 = Assem. XLVI. 


114 = Nitb. XII. 


1 157 = Scand. XVI. 


115 = Nitb. XIII. 


« 158 = Vat. XXXVTL 


116 = Nitb. XL 


4 159 = Bebceens. I. 


117 = Nitb. V. 


1 160 = Assem. I. 


118 = Assem. VII. 4 


4 161 = Assem. II. 


119 = Assem. IV. 4 


4 162 = Assem. XIII. 


120 = Assem. V. 4 


4 163 = Assem. XII. 


121 = Beeceens. VEIL 4 


4 164 = Scand. XVII. 


122 = Nitb. XVIII. 


4 165 = Scand. XIII. 


123 = Nitb. XIX. 


4 166 = Scand. XXIV. 


124 = Nitr. XXI. 


4 167 = Prop. XIV. 


125 = Nitr. XXII. 


4 168 = Scand. XXVI. 




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Vat. 169 == Echkll. XL 


Vat.213 = Vat. CXLI (A). 


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170 = Beboeen. IX. 


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214 = Vat. CLI (A). 


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171 = Scand. XXV. 


tt 


215 = Ass. LXXXII (A). 


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172 = Echbll. XII. 


tt 


216 = Ass. LXXV(A). 


it 


173 = Scand. XXVII. 


n 


217 = Ass. LXXXI(A). 


it 


174 = Assbm. XLV. 


tt 


218 = Asa LXXXIII (A) . 


it 


175 = Scand. VI. 


tt 


219 = Ass. LXXXIV(A). 


it 


176 = Eohbll. XVII. 


a 


220 = Bbbobeks. XIII. 


tt 


177 = Scand. IX. 


tt 


221 = Amid. XVIII. 


it 


178 = Scand. X. 


n 


222 = Scand. VIII. 


tt 


179 = Scand. XV. 


tt 


223 = Amid. XV. 


it 


180 = Scand. VII. 


tt 


224 = Amid. IV. 


it 


181 = Add. I. 


tt 


225 = Vat. LII (A). 


it 


182 = Scand. XXI. 


tt 


226 = Vat. XLII. 


a 


183 = Scand. XX. 


a 


227 = Vat. CLXXXTTI(A) 


n 


184 = Amid. VII. 


tt 


228 = Vat. XLIX. 


it 


185 = Scand. XII. 


a 


229 = Vat. XLIX (A). 


it 


186 = Vat. XXXII. 


tt 


230 = Add. V. 


tt 


187 = Scand. IV. 


tt 


231 = Echbll. XIX. 


tt 


188 = Vat. XXVIII. 


tt 


232 = Echell. LX. 


tt 


189 = Add. II. 


a 


233 = Assem. XXV. 


tt 


190 = Vat. XLIV. 


tt 


234 = Assem. XXVI. 


tt 


191 = Add. III. 


tt 


235 = Arskm. XXVII. 


tt 


192 = Scand. XXXV. 


tt 


236 = Arkem. XXVni. 


tt 


193 = Vat. XXXIII. 


n 


237 = Assem. XXIX 


tt 


194 = Echell. XXVII. 


tt 


238 = Assem. XXX. 


tt 


195 = Add. IV. 


n 


239 = Assem. XXXI. 


tt 


196 = Assem. LXXVEI(A). 


tt 


240=Afwkm. XXXII. 


tt 


197 = Vat. X (A). 


n 


241 = Assem. XXXIII. 


tt 


198 = Nitb. XX. 


a 


242 = Assem. XXIV. 


it 


199 = Vat. LV (A). 


tt 


243 = Beb<eens. III. 


a 


200 = Ass. LXXIX (A). 


a 


244 = Scand. XIX. • 


tt 


201 = Amid. XIX. 


tt 


245 = Assem. XCVI (A) . 


tt 


202 = Bebceens. VI. 


tt 


246 = Prop. XIII. 


tt 


203 = Vat. XVII (A). 


tt 


247 = Pbop. I. 


tt 


204 = Scand. V. 


tt 


248 = Prop. V. 


tt 


205 = Vat. CXIV (A). 


tt 


249 = Echell. XVIII. 


tt 


206 = Amid. XVII. 


tt 


250 = Echell. XXI. 


tt 


207 = Ass. LXXX(A). 


tt 


251 = Nite. X. 


tt 


208 = Vat. CLXVIII (A). 


tt 


252 = Nitb. XIV. 


a 


209 = Echbll. LIX. 


tt 


253 = Nitb. XV. 


tt 


210 = Echell. XX. 


tt 


254 = Nrra. XXIII. 


tt 


211 = Vat. XLI (A). 


tt 


255 = Nitr. XXX. 


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212 = Vat. CXXIII (A). 


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256 = Nitb. XXXIV. 



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